PC Port of 'Death Stranding' Delayed Until 14 July
If you were eagerly looking forward to playing Hideo Kojima's latest masterpiece on PC, you're going to have to wait a little longer.
Death Stranding developer Kojima Productions recently tweeted to announce the delay of the PC port from 2 June to 14 July, citing work-from-home orders as the main reason.
The game will be made available on the Steam and Epic Games Store with high frame-rate support, compatibility with ultra-wide monitors, and most importantly, the head crab from Half-Life.
It's a pity we'll have to wait a little longer to enjoy the hit game on PC, but with the unprecedented circumstances we're currently undergoing, let's try to be more understanding, eh?